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Clinical and Parasitological Observations on Induced Malaria
IT is a matter of common knowledge, which was exemplified during the recent .epidemic in Ceylon, that in every malarious country there is a striking clinical -difference between ordinary endemicExpand
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A strain of Plasmodium vivax characterized by prolonged incubation: the effect of numbers of sporozoites on the length of the prepatent period.
The North Korean strain of Plasmodium vivax was characterized by its extraordinarily prolonged incubation period in certain circumstances. It was clearly demonstrated by quantitative observationsExpand
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A study of gametocytes in a West African strain of Plasmodium falciparum.
  • P. G. Shute, M. Maryon
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical…
  • 1 February 1951
Summary A West African strain of P. falciparum was maintained in our laboratory over a period of 17 months and during this time 85 patients were infected. The percentage of our patients who developedExpand
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The Culex pipiens Complex.
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A Study of Induced Malignant Tertian Malaria
Workers in Great Britain on induced malaria therapy in mental patients have the advantage of working with 1 clean' material under fully controlled conditions, and of being able to select recipientsExpand
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Latency and long-term relapses in benign tertian malaria.
  • P. G. Shute
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical…
  • 1 October 1946
The first relapse in B.T. malarial infections usually occurs several months after the treatment of the primary attack, and may be as long delayed as I year. A case is presented for consideringExpand
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Malaria in England past, present and future
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Pre-Erythrocytic Stage of Human Malaria, Plasmodium Vivax
In the issue of Nature dated Jan. 24, 1948, Shortt and Garnham reported the finding of pre-erythrocytic forms of Plasmodium cynomolgi in the liver of Macaca mulatta. A more detailed description ofExpand
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